The best results of family-centered care include the dignity and respect towards their beliefs and values as families become in various shapes, size, colors, and generations, sharing information by using verbal and non-verbal techniques where possible, respect the family diversity. Moreover, an involvement of patient and family in care and decision making followed by the collaboration among healthcare team, patient, and family, leads to the family center care model. Also crucial to assess family and establish a therapeutic relationship with family to ensure support, compliance and therapeutic change. (STRAIN, 2016). Thus, family-centered care plays a key role in the recovery and treatment process in the pediatric nursing care consistent with this evidence.
Paradigms are put together to assist in identifying areas in which the individual or group must improve for example, to realize aspirations, to satisfy needs, and to change or cope with the environment.  Therefore, health is seen as a resource for everyday life. One paradigm that outlines an approach to achieve complete health from a holistic, ecological and salutogenic health perspective is the Red Lotus Model. It is distinct from other health promotion models in that it incorporates a system of values and principles that is applied across the phases of health promotion, including needs assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation.  This paradigm is useful as it enables practitioners to proactively and purposefully put into action a connected system of values and principles across the phases of a health promotion process.
Divided up into two sections, the first will include a discussion on how patient centred care immensely benefits an older adult by improving their experience while being looked after and taken care of. It will also take a look at some of the alternative methods of nursing to contrast with the patient centred approach. Included is also a description of Mc Cormack and Mc Cance (2010) Person Centred Practice Framework. This will lead into the second part of the essay, as it will demonstrate how nurses can employ a person centred approach in the clinical setting to promote and recognise older people as equal partners in their care. Firstly for the purpose of this essay, patient centred care and person-centeredness will be defined using a definition supplied by the HSE (2010).
Especially, when family members need help adjusting to a new set of individuals or familiar attitudes, goals, and behaviors. Most importantly, incorporating a therapeutic system which supports a family system Minuchin’s Structural Family Therapy consisting of four steps: questions about the presenting issues occurring within the family structure, assist family members to perceive how their interactions execute through present problems, explore past problems, and emphasis on the interactions among the adults and their perspective. “The structural family therapy system focuses on the needs and changes of the family system and the solutions for a family system with a brief therapeutic approach (ten sessions) to be precise” (Helm,
Person centred care is associated with treating people with respect, acknowledging their rights as human beings and having a trusted and therapeutic relationship between the person and their care provider (McCormack et al, 2011). Guidelines of person centred care give clarity towards how nurses should behave and such knowledge and expertise they should develop. These skills acquired can then be used to enhance person centred care through self and team assessment (McCormack et al, 2008). In this essay, I will critically explore individualised person centred care in association with McCormack’s model. I will identify how this model can improve the experience of care for the older person.
The writer develops his ideas by using description. He uses these methods of development to explain what they do. Readers, teenagers, or adults can relate to this story because Ray Bradbury is very descriptive in his story which helps the readers relate to it. Both stories reflect the importance of family in one way or another. Family time is a crucial factor that helps to create bonds, love, connections, and relationship among the family members.
Quality in health care is involved in every decision we make and providing quality care will have a positive impact on our patients currently and in their future. Patients are getting more involved in shared decision making and keeps patients fully engaged in their health care. It is important to the future of health care as it can decrease cost of unnecessary hospitals visits. The FEMA Disaster Management certificates opened my eyes to systems that needs to be in place for emergencies. The future is unknown, and FEMA Disaster Management showed me how nurses can provide commitment and serve in times of crisis.
The hospital's motto states superior service equals quality outcomes. The hospital believes that the strength of the staff and the relationships with partners in the community will ensure positive results (Rutland Regional Medical Center, 2016). The hospital functions as an open system and responds to feedback from internal and external sources. The core values of the organization guide the change process to guarantee the maintenance of relationships, partnerships, and the hospital's survivability (Collins & Porras, 1996). Responding to negative feedback will ensure the hospital continues to evolve and change for the betterment of the community (Meyer & O’Brien-Pallas, 2010).
Measuring quality is a core activity in the process of quality assurance in health care. It aimed at identifying the gap between the actual performance and the desired standards as well as exploring areas for improvement or enhancement. (20) Such initial step should be followed by providing feedback to healthcare workers, training and supporting staff to undertake actions leading to a high quality hospital care. (20,22) Health care for children with CP delivered through a multidisciplinary team and requires effective interaction between parents, healthcare providers and community agencies with continuous assessment of the child's health and function and wellbeing of the family. Children with developmental disabilities are most likely to experience
Reflective practice is an extremely valuable method for health professionals to guarantee the prosperity of a diverse scope of patients and to enhance the way health professionals work by aiming to make a more proactive and qualified proficient (Dawber, 2012). Following an analysis of literature, benefits of reflective practice for registered nurses (RN's) were outlined. These benefits